Fostex’s modular TM2 earphones can make your existing earbuds wireless

<em>Fostex TM2 next to some compatible earphone models from Final Audio and Shure.</em>”  data-src=”https://cdn.vox-cdn.com/thumbor/2ayR6aWLJdySa6mHvCyPilQvPjA=/0x0:2040×1360/1310×873/cdn.vox-cdn.com/uploads/chorus_image/image/62930791/fostex_namm_vsavov2.0.jpg”></p><p id=So you’ve spent a few hundred dollars on some high-end earbuds from the likes of Shure or Westone, and now you’re looking at the true wireless wave that’s sweeping the world you’re and feeling a bit left out. Fostex has you covered. The Japanese company, better known for its over-ear headphone models with meticulously handcrafted wooden cups, has come to the NAMM show this year with a clever marriage of existing premium in-ear headphones and cutting-edge wireless performance. The new Fostex TM2 wireless earphones are a true-wireless set in their own right, but they’re also modular, allowing you to hook up your favorite pair of earphones that already have an MMCX cable connection.

The TM2s are built around Qualcomm’s QCC3026 chip, which…

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